Browsing publications by Professor Stephen Robson

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Paul Griffiths
Professor Stephen Robson
Change in diagnostic confidence brought about by using in utero MRI for fetal structural brain pathology: Analysis of the MERIDIAN cohort2017
Chris Nicholson
Dr Michele Sweeney
Professor Stephen Robson
Professor Michael Taggart
Estrogenic vascular effects are diminished by chronological aging2017
Professor Stephen Robson
Dr Ruth Graham
Evaluation of Array Comparative genomic Hybridisation in prenatal diagnosis of fetal anomalies:a multicentre cohort study with cost analysis and assessment of patient, health professional and commissioner preferences for array comparative genomic hybridisation2017
Dr Kenneth Hodson
Dr Fiona Smith
Alison Barnes
Catherine McParlin
Professor Stephen Robson
et al.
Liver triacylglycerol content and gestational diabetes: effects of moderate energy restriction2017
Professor Stephen Robson
Neonatal outcomes after failed tracheal intubation during obstetric general anaesthesia for caesarean section: Secondary analysis of a UKOSS case-control study2017
Dr Ruth Graham
Professor Stephen Robson
Use of MRI in the Diagnosis of Fetal Brain Abnormalities in Utero (MERIDIAN): A Multicentre, Prospective Cohort Study2017
Professor Stephen Robson
Use of MRI in the diagnosis of fetal brain abnormalities in utero (MERIDIAN): a multicentre, prospective cohort study2017
Dr Jon Lartey
Julie Taggart
Professor Stephen Robson
Professor Michael Taggart
Altered Expression of Human Smooth Muscle Myosin Phosphatase Targeting (MYPT) Isovariants with Pregnancy and Labor2016
Barbara Innes
Elaine Stamp
Dr Judith Bulmer
Professor Stephen Robson
Dr Gendie Lash
et al.
Are cervical cytokines, antimicrobials and microflora associated with pre-term birth in high-risk women?2016
Professor Stephen Robson
Dr Gendie Lash
Bacteria Associated with Chorioamnionitis Are Present in the Cervix of Women Who Deliver Preterm and Are Associated with Increased Cervicovaginal HBD1 Expression2016
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